This is Eric Galloway's own house: 345 Allen Street. He purchased the main house in 2001 for $475,000. He acquired the carriage house a few years later.
Galloway changed the style of the house from Colonial Revival to Greek Revival. I recall hearing, at the time of the transformation, that he had unearthed alternative plans for the house—plans presumably that had been rejected in favor of the ones that were used—showing a two-story columned portico similar to the one he had built.
It was rumored at the time—a rumor that has been discredited—that the columns for the Greek Revival portico had been salvaged from the Catskill Mountain House. The columns had previously been on a house in Claverack sometimes known as the "Marilyn Monroe house." The columns from the demolished Colonial Revival porch at 345 Allen were reused to build a pergola in the backyard.